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Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 1
Hello all! So in much of the spell work recipes I wish to preform it requires leaving the candle out to burn out the entire way. This is fine except that all the candles I own all have the capacity to burn out for as long as 30 hours (which is usually a good thing but not in my case)! I wouldn't be comfortable letting a candle burn in my house unattended but I can't be watching it for 30+ hours so I was wondering if anyone has suggestions on what to do in my situation or have any tips on how to make a candle used for spell work burn out faster! Thank you!
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
By: Moderator / Novice
Post # 2
Cut the candles into smaller pieces. Stick a pin through the candle for each spell and burn to that pin. Never leave a candle unattended.
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
By: / Novice
Post # 3
Personally I reuse candles if they're for the same thing [like this giant green candle for any money related spells, this giant white one for purifications] otherwise I buy in bulk of tea candles in every colour of the rainbow. [Seriously I've got a drawer of tiny coloured candles. I've got 3 shades of every colour too lol]

Yea you should at least remain in the room where a candle is being burned for safety reasons, but I would either cut the candles, cleanse them after each use, or use large candles for my altar and not spells.
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 4
Those are all excellent suggestions! I also use chime candles. They are small taper candles (usually 3 to 4 inches long and about as round as my pinkie finger) and usually burn for about two hours or so. They are available in a large variety of colors and they don't drip wax (at least the ones I use don't).
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 5
I usually label a candle and use it for the same thing. But if a certain spell calls for it to burn all the way down, I usually set my candlestick on a metal tray of some sort. Also you can cut your candles down to half the size (I do that anyways because I was always burning myself haha)
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 6
I reuse most my candles. Sometimes I use crayons as a substitute for candles if I run out or something, or if you have leftover wax in the bottom of candles you can drip them into one jar and stick a piece of twine or a wick in them. You can also drip in crayons. I heard you can make candles from orange peels or something too. You can even also drip crayons or extra candle wax in a seashell if you need just a small candle.
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 7
I reuse most my candles. Sometimes I use crayons as a substitute for candles if I run out or something, or if you have leftover wax in the bottom of candles you can drip them into one jar and stick a piece of twine or a wick in them. You can also drip in crayons. I heard you can make candles from orange peels or something too. You can even also drip crayons or extra candle wax in a seashell if you need just a small candle.
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
By: / Novice
Post # 8
I like the chime candles as well, They come in all colors and burn down evenly with very little dripping. Perfect for candle magick.
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Re: Candle use in witchcraft
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Post # 9
I like using birthday candles. They're small, work great and are easy to find, although their colours are limited.
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